Adopt Kittens

Cat of the Month

  • Sketch

    * Priority Rehoming *

    Children: No
    Cats: No
    Dogs: No

    Hi ya!! My name is Sketch and I am that handsome tabby boy there. I am estimated at 16 years old, but I’m in such good condition health wise that the vet here feels I may be younger than that actually! This is sadly my second time here at The Centre, I arrived originally in March this year as my owner developed severe asthma and was advised to rehome me to help with it. I then found a new home shortly after arriving but sadly was returned again in June as I just wasn’t settling in my new home very well. You see I can be a little nervous to start with and I like to hide away to make me feel more comfortable until I settle better. There were very noisy dogs living next door to us there and it scared me, so I just didn’t seem to be able to feel at home.  I am such a friendly boy though when I know and trust you and I love having fusses and being giving attention, I just can’t help my shy nature, so I need a new owner who will be patient with me and help me to feel safe and loved. You will be rewarded with my loving nature though once I’m happy and I will love to curl up on your lap then and get those strokes and head scratches I like so much. In my first home they said that I also really like to go outside, I’m a bit of an explorer so my new owners will need to be ok with that and understand I may not want to be in with them all the time. To help me settle in easier I will need a quiet, calm home now with a new owner who will be patient and understanding with me as I settle in and will be happy with me coming and going as I please when I can go out and accept that I will come for some love and attention too when I want it.  I’ll be there at dinner time too, talking to you with my cute squeaky little meow, telling you to hurry up as I’m hungry!! I hope I don’t have to wait too long to find that perfect new owner and home for me. I will be rehomed on a full foster basis (non – emergency) due to my age, so I can come and see the vet here for any medical issues at no cost to my new owners.

    * Full Foster – Golden Oldie * Read about our foster care scheme here. 

  • Althea

    * Priority Rehoming *

    Children: No
    Cats: No
    Dogs: No

    Hi there my name is Althea and I am pretty little tabby girl you can see! I am 17 years young. I arrived here in January 2020 as sadly my owner became to elderly to care for me anymore, I did get rehomed but sadly i was returned in August 2020 as after COVID-19 lockdown i became very stressed when my owner started to get visitors again which was making me urinate around the house.
    I am a really sweet girl who likes attention and to sit on your lap, however I am very shy and it does take me alittle while to get to know you and feel safe. In my previous home i loved to go outside alot of the time, i would never go far i just loved being in the garden sunbathing. Life here at the centre is quite scary for me so I would really like to find my forever home soon with someone who will give me all the attention i deserve – i am not keen on being picked up though and i can accidentally scratch if i get too scared.
    I would prefer a very quiet and calm home with maybe just one person as i prefer just having 1-1 attention and trusting just one person! I would also need to be the only pet in the house as i really do not like other cats.

    *FULL FOSTER – GOLDEN OLDIE* Read about our foster care scheme here.

  • Katy Purry

    * Priority Rehoming *

    Children: 10+
    Cats: No
    Dogs: No

    *House Cat – But needs to be a house and garden*

    Hello, my name is Katy Purry, but you can just call me Katy. I am a sweet little black and white girl who is 4 years old and I arrived here on the 22nd February as sadly my owners couldn’t afford to look after me anymore. You see I had been having some troubles with my skin and it was just costing too much in vet fees for them. I am such a cute, loving little girl and I really love having strokes and getting attention from you. I like being picked up for a cuddle and I really love it when you come and sit in with me as I’ll be straight onto your lap, curling up and getting those cuddles from you. Sometimes I can be a little cheeky and get so excited trying to get those strokes from you, I grab your hand and give a little nip. I don’t hurt when I do it though and it’s just because I want those fusses so much!! Now as I mentioned at the start, I have some troubles with my skin, as you can see I wear a cone on my head and I have to keep this on as I overgroom myself a lot, to the point of making my skin sore! The vets here have tried a few different meds to help me, but so far nothing has worked and they are not really sure what the cause of it is. However they feel that me being happy in a home environment may benefit me and they can then work with my new owners to try and find a solution for me and hopefully get to a stage where I wont have to wear a cone all the time. I will be rehomed on a part foster (non-emergency) basis for my skin troubles so I can continue to see the vets here and the Centre will cover the costs for it. I hope somebody comes to see me soon as I am getting a little sad here and I would much rather be back in a loving home. The staff don’t understand why no one wants me as I’m the friendliest, cheeky little princess and will brighten up anyone’s home and life.

    Due to the fact I currently have to wear my cone 24/7 I would need to be rehomed as a house cat as it just wouldn’t be safe for me to go outside exploring with my cone on; however I am looking for a house with a garden in the hope that in the future if my skin improves and I may be able to have my cone off then I would love to be able to go outside, but until then I will need to stay indoors.

    * Part Foster – Skin *    Read about our foster care scheme here.

  • McCarthy

    * Priority Rehoming *

    Children: No
    Cats: No
    Dogs: No

    Hello! My name is McCarthy and I am a very handsome 7 year old fluffy black and white boy. I am a very special boy to the staff here as you see I was originally brought here in 2017 as I had living as a stray for 3 years. I didn’t cope well with being penned up then and kept lashing out in frustration, so the staff decided to let me out to live here at The Centre. I was a lot happier then and my behaviour got better, although I would still bite or swipe randomly at times. I decided that I liked living in the staff room most as that was where I could sit on a comfy lap and get myself some love and fusses. As my behaviour was a lot better (although I still liked to show my cheeky, naughty side occasionally) and I seemed to really crave attention the staff decided that I deserved to find myself a home as they felt I would be happier then even more. So I did find myself a home in February this year and I was a good boy and a delight most of the time, but my temperamental side liked to show itself unexpectedly and I did bite and scratch occasionally. Sadly, my owner couldn’t cope with that and back I came. I am such a loving, cuddly boy generally and I love nothing more than sitting on a lap, so I can’t wait to find a new home where I can do that again. But I need a tough new owner who can take some bites and scratches and still love me and not quit on me. Over the years, the staff have realised that I don’t seem to like men so much and so I would be much better suited to a female only household. I cannot live with children of any age due to my naughtiness and I need to be the only pet in the household too. I hope it’s not too long before someone gives me another chance at a forever home. The staff would really love to see me happy in a home finally with my own family.

  • Yara

    * Priority Rehoming *

    Children: No
    Cats: No
    Dogs: No

    Hello, my name is Yara and I am a stunning 2 year old black girl. I arrived here at the beginning of July as I had been living as a stray. I’m very scared being here at the moment as it’s all new to me and there’s lots of new noises and sounds that I don’t know, so quite often I’m found hiding in my bed. Having been a stray for possibly quite a while, I’m very wary of you humans right now, I don’t really want you to be stroking me currently or for you to get too close to me. Because of this I’m going to need a very patient owner who is prepared for the fact it will take me quite a while to fully settle in and trust you. The staff are hopeful that I will become a friendly girl in the end and be able to trust someone, I just need to get past my nervousness. Please someone take a chance on me and give me the loving home I deserve.

  • Avocato & Little Cato

    Children: 12+
    Cats: No
    Dogs: No
    To be rehomed as a pair

    Hey! My name is Little Cato and I’m the ginger male you can see, and I’m 4 years old. This is my friend Avocato, the tabby and white, and he is 5 years old. We came to The Centre at the end of July as unfortunately our previous owners marriage broke down and they had to move separately and couldn’t take us. I am a bit more confident than Avocato, as I will come straight up to you for a fuss and will sit on your lap until you give it to me. Avocato prefers to hang back and get a sense of you first, however once he’s use to you he’s just as lovely as me! He likes to bop his head into your hand so you will continue the affection. We are looking for a home together, but we’d prefer to go with slightly older or no children as Avocato can be wary to begin with so this would help him settle a lot easier. Due to the type of cat I am, it would be best if I was rehomed to owners who have alot of knowledge of my breed, specifically surrounding possible health problems. My nasal passage is significantly shortened and I have an under bite there may cause future issues, which are common within this type of cat.

  • Carl & Milton

    Children: No
    Cats: Yes
    Dogs: No
    To be rehomed as a pair

    Hi there, my name is Carl and I am a handsome ginger and white boy and with me is my brother Milton, he is black and white. We are both 2 and a half years old and have been at The Centre since August. We are sweet boys, I am a very friendly, loving boy who loves to get lots of fuss and strokes from you and loves to sit on a lap. Milton is a lot more nervous than me, he finds it all a bit scary and spends his days hiding away in his bed or under his blanket. He is a sweet boy though and does enjoy a little fuss, he is just very wary currently so we will need a very patient new owner who has the time to dedicate to us, to help Milton come out of his shell and build his confidence more. Because of this we are looking for a calm, quiet home with no children and no dogs, but we could live with another cat perhaps.

    *Photo available if you are interested in adopting them*

  • Daniel & Robson

    Children: 5+
    Cats: Yes
    Dogs: No
    To be rehomed as a pair

    Hi everyone! My name is Robson and this is my brother Daniel. We’re both male and aged just 2 and a half years old. We came to The Centre in September as our previous owners lived in a property where no pets are allowed. We like to pretend we are shy but really we are both scrummy boys. I can be a little bit more confident than my brother to begin with but we both love strokes. Especially me! I will use my large head to bop bop you right over if you stop giving me attention. My brother will wait for you to come to him to stroke him before he relaxes a bit more and finds his confidence. We are looking for a home together and although we are used to children we would probably settle quicker in a home with slightly older children. We are just a little bit wary at the moment as we miss the comforts of a home and find The Centre a bit scary at times.

  • Fonzo

    Children: 8+  
    Cats: No 
    Dogs: No

    Hello! My name is Fonzo and I’m a handsome 11 year old male! I came into The Centre in June as my previous owner had to go into care. I am an extremely friendly boy who just wants a lap to sit on and all the cuddles you can give. When you come to see me, I get so excited my tail starts shaking. When the staff are cleaning I love trying to climb on their backs so I can bop heads or rub my face on their cheeks. One last thing you should know about me is that I sure do like to dribble when I’m having fun! I would really like to go to a home where I am the only cat so that all the attention can be on me. I do possibly have the start of kidney disease which the staff are monitoring and they can explain to you about this in more detail, but because of this I will be rehomed on part foster, so this means any meds I may need or problems I have relating to my kidneys will be covered by The Centre’s vets. 

    * Part Foster – Kidneys *

  • Hall1 (Henry)

    Children: No
    Cats: No
    Dogs: No

    Hi ya! My name is Hall1, an 11 year old tabby boy. Hall1 is a silly name I know but I came here in 2014 as a neuter return and that was my name given to me then. I went back to those nice people to live but sadly they had to bring me back recently as they were moving to a flat and didn’t feel that I would like that really as I like to go outside exploring, having been a former feral! Those nice people helped me to build my confidence and gave me the nicer name of Henry, so that’s what you can call me. It took 5 years but I did eventually realise that you humans are not so bad and can be trusted, although I am still a very nervous boy and wary of new people and places I do not know. I can be stroked and am not aggressive, but I am very shy and will need lots of time and patience given to me, to help me settle in to my new home and feel safe and loved again. My former owner said I seem to be a bit of a ladies man and do prefer the company of women, but I have lived with a man also. As you can see I do have only one eye, I think that makes me extra cute looking though, don’t you agree!!
    Due my shy nature, I will be better living with no children or any other pets and I will need a nice, quiet home in a quiet area so I am not too worried about things around me and can settle in well in my own time. I really hope that I find the forever home that I deserve very soon.

  • Izzy Lou

    Children: 10+
    Cats: No
    Dogs: No

    Hi there, my name is Izzy-lou and I am the beautiful tabby girl you can see.
    I arrived here at The Centre in February 2020 as my owners didn’t have the time to look after me anymore.
    I am 9 years old and I am such a sweet and affectionate girl who will follow you around everywhere! I love to sit on your lap and headbutt your face and try to squash myself as close to you as I can because I am such an adorable and cuddly girl. I have been here at the centre a long time now as I have had my tail removed, this is because I was petrified of my own tail! I would attack it and chew at it every time I saw it out of the corner of my eye so the decision was made to remove as much of it as possible. But it doesn’t affect how beautiful I am!! Since having my tail removed I am much calmer and relaxed in myself however when I catch sight of my little stump sometimes I do still hiss at it and try to run away from it but I am definitely much better and I haven’t tried to attack it since; the vets and staff think it is all behavioural and once I am settled into my new home hopefully I will continue to relax more and learn to live happily with the tiny bit of tail I have left.
    I will be rehomed on part foster for my tail, so if I do manage to attack my tail again or you have any issues with my tail then I can come and see the vet here at the centre.
    I am looking for a home with someone who will be around a lot of the time to keep and eye on me and also because I just love being with people; I would need to be the only cat in the household as I really dislike other cats.

    *Part Foster – Tail*

  • KF44-20 & KF45-20

    Children: No
    Cats: Yes
    Dogs: No
    To be rehomed as a pair

    Hiya, I’m KF45-20 the little black and white girl you see before you and this is my sister KF44-20 the grey and white and we are around 14 weeks old. We arrived at The Centre in July with our mum after being found living as strays. We are both pretty timid as most of our life has consisted of living outside and constantly having to be wary of people. We are slowly but surely coming round but still have a little while to go. We will need confident and patient owners that understand at this moment in time we are very scared little girls who hide away and currently are very nervous. We would benefit from having owners who are home most of the time and have the time to dedicate to us, so we build our trust quicker. We are to be rehomed as a pair with no dogs or children, but could live with another cat. My sister will be on part-foster for a heart murmur, but this does no require any medication, however she will need to come back to see the vet here when we are 6 months as kittens can grow out of their murmur.

    *PART-FOSTER KF44-20 FOR GRADE 2/3 HEART MURMUR*

  • Lillyella

    Children: 14+
    Cats: No
    Dogs: No

    Hello. I’m Lillyella a very pretty black (and ever so slightly white) 3 & ½ year old female. I was brought into The Centre very recently due to family health problems.
    I am such a lovely girl but I can be a little shy at first; the staff think this is because of the strange noises here in The Centre as I am getting more and more confident by the day. I am a very sweet girl and do like a good fuss especially tickles around my head. I will rub up against you for attention but I am not a lap cat.
    I would like to find a home with slightly older or no children as I wouldn’t appreciate being pulled about and need a slightly quieter home. I am quite an independent girl and I love going outside for a little explore.

  • Marty

    Children: 14+
    Cats: No
    Dogs: No

    Hi there, I’m Marty and I’m that gorgeous 14 year old boy there. I came into The Centre in June as my previous owner unfortunately passed away. I was a little bit hesitant at first, as the new surroundings were very different to what I am used to. But now that I know the girls, I love a fuss and a head stroke. I do still have a little grumble at times but generally I am a good boy! It just takes me a little while to warm up to people.
    Because of my age, I would be best suited to a home with older or no children and definitely no other cats as I’m not too keen on them. My age means that I am considered a golden oldie now as well which means that I will be rehomed on a full foster (non-emergency) basis. Since being here it has been discovered that I have the start of kidney disease so I am on some meds for this, but being full foster anyway this will all be covered by the vets here. I can’t wait to find my forever home.

    * Full Foster – Golden Oldie *   Read about our foster care scheme here.

  • Mika

    Children: 14+
    Cats: No
    Dogs: No

    Hey! I’m Mika. As you can see, I’m a beautiful black and white girl who is just 4 years of age. This is my second time at the centre so I can’t wait to pack my bags and finally find my forever home. I was originally brought in because my owner sadly passed away. I was rehomed with a new owner for almost a year before being brought back in because I was being a bit naughty! I have adjusted well to centre life and although I can be a little hissy when I meet someone for the first time, and can sometimes lash out, it doesn’t take me long to build up trust and then I’m rolling on my back showing of my scrummy belly wanting some attention.
    Because I do have a slightly naugthy side I wouldn’t want to go to a home with young children and my new owner needs to be steady on their feet in case I’m in a mischievous mood as im known for trying to trip people up.

  • Nairobi

    Children: 8+
    Cats: No
    Dogs: No

    Hi there everyone, that gorgeous, super sweet little lady right there is me Nairobi and I am roughly about 10 years old. I arrived here at The Centre in August after I had been handed into a vets as a stray and they kindly brought me here for rehoming. I am the absolute, most perfect girl! Honestly I am amazing, the staff agree with me on it too. I am so loving and friendly, my favourite thing is to get lots of fusses and strokes from you humans, just can’t get enough of them! I will follow you around to get myself some cuddles. Having been a stray, I wasn’t in the greatest condition when I came in, my skin wasn’t good because I had fleas and they had made me scratch myself a lot and I was a bit underweight as well. I’ve been flea treated now and my skin is all better and the staff have fed me up well, so I’ve put on some weight and I’m looking super sleek and in good condition now so it’s time to find myself a forever home. I will be a great addition to any family and will happily live with slightly older children as I don’t care who gives me strokes as long as someone does. I can’t wait to go to my new home with my new family, I hope I get chosen soon.

  • Rev

    Children: No
    Cats: No
    Dogs: No

    Hi everyone, my name is Rev and I’m an 8 year old male. I came to The Centre at the beginning of August as my previous owners had a baby and it made me very defensive and I began to attack them. I am a very sweet boy most of the time and do love a fuss, once I trust you I will get on your lap for a stroke and some attention. But my new owners will need to be ok with my temperamental side as I was rehomed again recently but sadly I also attacked those people and so back I came. I hope someone can look past that side of me and love me anyway as I would really love to find a forever home. I would be best suited in a quieter home with no children and no other pets so I can settle in easily and in my own time. My previous owners also said I was quite a homely cat so I would be best in a household where someone is around quite often so I have company.

  • Tess & Tweedy

    Children: 10+
    Cats: Yes
    Dogs: Yes

    To be rehomed as a pair
    Hello, my name is Tweedy a gorgeous short haired 2 year old female and this is my scrummy sister Tess. We were brought into The Centre because sadly we kept bringing in presents for our owners in the form of birds and mice and would then like to hide them around the children’s bedrooms for them to find. Despite our good intentions and generosity, it wasn’t too nice for our humans and this is why the staff here feel it would be best if we didn’t go to a home with young children (or small pets such as hamsters) and with someone that won’t mind us bringing in the odd gift. We love going outside! We are both very friendly and sweet girls who are happy to be picked up and groomed; We both just absolutely love attention and a good fuss and can’t wait to find our forever home.

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